If it were our last day on Earth, we're not quite sure we'd wanna spend it with Willem Dafoe, but hey, I guess if the apocalypse were coming, you just have to make do with who you've got. As long as he doesn't pull any of that talking to himself Green Goblin crap, everything will be okay.
OMFG! Shamble On in to Peep the One-Sheet Debut for ATM and Get Treated to Two Clips! Wowie Wow Wow!
How's that for a headline filled with hyperbole? Just having a little fun... In any event, though, ATM is looking pretty good, and we have the newly released domestic one-sheet and even a couple of clips for you to dig upon!
Trapped by a killer. With our luck it could happen to us anywhere. Especially if we're with Buz and in Mexico. They hate him there. No one really knows why. But yeah, three new stills from ATM have made their way to the DC offices. Dig it.
While we still wait patiently for the domestic goodies, Italy already has a TV spot for the upcoming psycho on the loose flick ATM. Check it out along with a side of garlic knots.
While we still haven't seen a domestic poster anywhere, an international one-sheet for ATM has made its way to the interwebs. Dig it!
Yet another genre film has scored distribution at this year's Sundance Film Festival as news has just broken that IFC Midnight has taken the rights for The Pact (review here)!
We've been talking about The Incident (review here) for quite some time here at DC, and we're happy to announce that the good folks over at IFC have finally firmed up a release date. Read on.
Finally a trailer has shown up online is support of IFC Midnight's new flick ATM, and we have it for you right here. PIN number not required. Never can remember those damned things. We usually just stand there, punch in 69, and giggle like school kids.
IFC Midnight has come roaring out of the gate with three tales of terror dropping onto DVD within the first month of 2012! Undocumented, Dead Hooker in a Trunk, and Spider Hole are all on the way; and we have the details you need right here!
Another indie horror flick has found itself a home as IFC Midnight announced today that the company has acquired the U.S. rights to director Padraig Reynolds’ thriller Rites of Spring.
We've been talking about the new thriller ATM for a long while around these parts, and now there's some pretty nifty news to report on in terms of when we'll get to withdraw some terror!
There's nothing finer than hearing that a horror film affected folks so strongly that they fainted. It never ceases to amaze and amuse us, and that's just the case concerning the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of The Incident (review here).
With the release of The Human Centipede II just around the corner via IFC Midnight, we sat down recently with star Ashlynn Yennie, who riffed engagingly on the Tom Six-directed flick and its BBFC ban, her experiences attending horror cons, her take on the correlation between cinematic and social violence, and her recent water-fight with I Spit on Your Grave’s Sarah Butler.
We are minutes away from beginning our San Diego Comic-Con coverage, but before we get going, two massively cool clips from IFC Midnight's The Shrine have come our way, and we need to share! Be sure to check out the flick on demand from IFC Midnight via Comcast, Cox, Cablevision, Time Warner, and Bright House!